Proper Energy Insulation

Some building materials such as steel, inorganic non-combustible materials, expose when heated, which causes the structure to weaken and collapse. This is while the wood almost behaves in the opposite case. When heated, the wood does not dry up and gets tightened, but it does not exceed its combustion temperature.

Here’s the following comparison: Glass is 23 times faster than wood, marble is 90 times faster than wood, 1650 times faster than wood and aluminum 7000 times faster than wood!

This means that the building and the wooden villa have the least energy waste compared to others. If you want to stay warm or cool at home and spend a lot less on heating and cooling, wood is an extra substitute for bricks, cement, or stone. Compared to other building materials, wood is economically the best for insulation.

Normal houses with good insulation, annually consume 60 to 80 kW of thermal energy per square meter. This amount is less than 15 kW of thermal energy per square meter for inactive homes (in terms of energy), which are built with modern wood construction methods.

Inactive homes are very small houses that meet the strict standards and regulations. These houses are optimized for insulation, window insertion and heat reduction, which do not require mechanical facilities such as radiators or heaters. The required air temperature is provided through the heat recovery ventilation system.

 

 

 

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